Left Abdominal Pain After Sex?
hello r n r nI have a question. I had sex for the first time on 7 April and 8 April I had my period for 6 days, then on 13 May I menstruated for 7 days, the last 5 months of my menstruation for 35/36 days maybe because of my busy life. r n Then what I want to tell you, from May 22 until now my upper left stomach hurts and also my left side of the head hurts, but today is exactly the 26th of May, abdominal pain spreads to all corners, but if you press the stomach it hurts only at the top left. Do you think it affected the first moment I got in touch or not? if not, what kind of pain will I be experiencing and if I may know how to deal with it? r sorry for too long r nthank you HealthReplies.com team
Upper left abdominal pain can occur because =
Ulcers or sores in the stomach.
Abdominal colic = Intestinal spasm.
The chances of your stomach pain having anything to do with the intercourse you are having is very small if not almost non-existent. You can find out more about your condition by checking your health condition to the doctor. Medical tests such as abdominal ultrasound, endoscopy, blood tests and CT SCAN can help better explain your condition and help your doctor provide optimal management.
Abdominal pain that spreads to all parts of the stomach certainly needs to be checked, especially if the pain is accompanied by fever, diarrhea, black spots like coffee, vomiting blood. Some tips that you can do include =
Warm compresses on the stomach.
Keep eating small but frequent portions
Eat balanced nutrition
Avoid foods that can trigger worsening complaints such as acid, spicy, tea, coffee, alcohol, soda.
Take pain relievers.
I hope this helps